Ruth's Brownie Zingers - Review

Brownies are one of the earth's greatest desserts, don't you agree? It's a cross between a cake, a cookie, and a chocolate infusion! Ruth's Brownie Kitchen makes a huge assortment of delicious dessert goodies and their Toffee Crunch Zingers have to be one of the most delightful treats I've ever eaten.
Ruth's Brownie Zingers are the crunchy, cookie-like tops from Ruth's legendary brownies. Zingers are handcrafted-to-order using Ruth's secret blend of three different chocolates just like all their ultra-premium baked goods. Ruth's Zingers are available in three flavors: Chocolate Chunk, Walnut and Toffee Crunch.
My family loved the Toffee Crunch Zingers and after we polished off all the biggest pieces, I crushed the smallest pieces into crumbs and we sprinkled them on top of ice cream. Ruth's Zingers and Brownies are made in a small artisan bakery located in New York's Hudson Valley, right here in the USA.
We all decided Ruth's Gourmet Brownies are so delicious that it's almost impossible to eat an entire brownie in one sitting. They are so rich and most that we cut each of the six big brownies into four little squares and filled our trifle bowl with brownie bites, in hopes they'd last longer.
Apparently that didn't help me keep the brownies around any longer. My teenage boys discovered the goods and it wasn't long before there were only crumbs remaining. Thankfully I can order more at www.ruths-brownies.com. Go see all their wonderful desserts in their webstore and be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter!
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  1. Those look really good! I don't know how long they would last around here. Somebody has a sweet tooth.
    Hope you have a happy and blessed Easter! ~Lauren

  2. Oh my goodness... those look FANTASTIC! The Toffee Crunch Zingers look especially appealing to me!

    Blessings to you and your family.


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